‘Accessibility and eContent: is it fit for purpose for the 21st Century user?’ and AGM
24th February 2017 at CILIP headquarters, London.
10.15: Welcome and overview of the day
10.20: Keynote speaker: Alistair McNaught, Subject specialist (accessibility and inclusion), JISC - "Rough diamond or fool’s gold? E-content as an accessibility solution"
11.05 Tea break
11.30 Geraldine Huzar, Learning and Teaching Librarian, The Open University - "The Open University and accessible learning’’
12.00 Kate Vasili, Copyright Officer and Licence co-ordinator and Ruth Houghton, Liaison Librarian, Middlesex University - ‘Supporting Students at Middlesex University: filling the accessibility gaps’
13.30: Gopal Dutta, Secondary Education Subject Librarian, Manchester Metropolitan University - “Collaboration is the key: working as part of a team to organise an audit of ebooks for accessibility”
14.00: Alisair McNaught and Gopal Dutta - demonstration of ebook audit 2016 (webpage)
14.30 Tea break
15.00 Panel discussion Q and A
15.30 – 15.45 Closing remarks